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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of guide.
- adj. Subject to guidance
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. subject to guidance or control especially after launching
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Now the Tomahawk seems to be giving new meaning to the term guided missile, with an accuracy that the CNN-addicted public has found breathtaking.
Now you fall back on calling this "guided", without saying what "guided" is supposed to mean, but simply asserting that it is different from what mechanistic, algorithmic processes can do.
Baron Frankenstein guided me through the creation of his new Prometheus, and from there I read about the original Prometheus, and then to an anatomy textbook to see what parts were needed for a monster.
Martin guided her tottering footsteps to a chair, from where she watched him with bulging eyes.
The former Patriots stand-in guided the team to 11 wins if not the tiebreaker New England required for a postseason return.
The guided reading continuum conveys specific literacy goals related to the Fountas and Pinnell text levels A – N for use in guided reading lessons or other small-group instruction.
The 36-year-old Tomlin guided the Steelers to an unprecedented sixth Super Bowl title.
There is also a marked increase in guided-weapons spending in the period, including the £1.2 billion Meteor air-to-air missile for the Eurofighter, and there is the MARS fleet replenishment programme, the Future-Lynx, and the £3bn contract for 12 Nimrod MRA4 aircraft which was announced this week.
Ruti Nkuna and her irresistible clan of children and adult kin guided, taught, buoyed, rescued, relaxed, chastened, and reassured me every step of the way in Magude.
In his first five seasons, McClain guided the Cowboys to three NITs and to the second round of the NCAA tournament in 2002.
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